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High-tech gadgets your mom might not even know she needs

Published 05/05/2010, McClatchy Newspapers

If you drive through the little town of Grafton, in north-central West Virginia, you'll find the church where, for 20 years, Anna Maria Reeves Jarvis taught classes, fought for improved sanitation and worked to unite former adversaries in the Civil War before her death in 1905. Her daughter, Anna Marie Jarvis, commemorated her mother's life two years later with a ceremony in the church that celebrated mothers everywhere.

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